"On nonbinary (O / I) production
The proposal is conceived as a never ending piece, an elusive object. A critique on the -Best Practices in technology- where binary methodologies ruled. The Itinerant process of “YES, we have learned this is the way to go & NO that’s not what we want. We will do it “better” the next time”. 
What does it mean to do it better when we don’t define a clear goal?
We propose a framework where we try to avoid to arrive.
We hang on the space between achieving appealing aesthetical visual compositions and the spectacular failure on such a quest. Dance serves here as medium, a physical fluid switch to the rescue on the binary nature of transistors (O / I). 
We/ they
deal with the impossibility for “I”, since becoming as a singularity is never achieved due to the lack of control. “I” can’t control what is happening at the other side of the screen, “I” as a continuous expansion on “We/They” are constrained in multidimensional spaces proposed by “Our/Their” intentions"

"We discussed what could be the “best practices” in contemporary dance. It is not simply an irony to the current contemporary-dance scene, in which every dancer has different practices and often is self-referential, but also a proposition to explore contemporary dance in a systematic fashion.
Specifically in networked performances, not many dancers or artists know how to practice and to develop bodily expressions through a camera and a screen. We believe that we need a slow process to understand what it means to dance online; for example, an online analogy of a studio space has to be set up so that dancers and artists can gather to practice. 
We imagine this session similar to a weekly TV program; at some point, we fix the day and time, and people can tune in to watch the performance, but it is a continuation of exploratory practices and is not meant to be a finished performance"  

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